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hot glass sighting

Published April 18th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson
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Spotted at the International Hot Glass Invitational 2009

His Noodly Appendage can also manipulate molten glass into graven/delightful images of Himself.

-Pastafarian Brian

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ice fsm sighting

Published April 17th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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Pastafarian Larry spotted this manifestation of the FSM in Canada.

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Clothing shop sighting

Published April 15th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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FSM, with ample noodley appendages, spotted blessing fashionistas at a clothing shop on Queen’s Row, Bristol, England on Monday 13th April 2009.

-Pastafarian Tom

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touched office plant

Published April 7th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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I left the office for the weekend and forgot to water my plant. When I arrived on Monday, I saw the Great Noodly One had bestowed his presence upon me.

-eo

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20 dollar bill

Published April 6th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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I was in Barnes & Noble the other day about to buy a Bible when I pulled out a $20 bill and was amazed to see that His Noodliness had revealed himself to me. I have since converted to Pastafarianism, which is clearly the much tastier alternative to Christianity.

-Morgan

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Madrid sighting

Published March 31st, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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I was very lucky to catch this glimpse of the FSM passing at very
low altitude over a park in Madrid.

The image is unfortunately a bit obscured by a stone abutment.

-Pastafarian Henry

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Fairyland album

Published March 29th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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Look closely at the band FairyLand’s latest album and you’ll see the Pirate Fish.

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FSM in China

Published March 26th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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His Noodliness appears in the form of a mini-Chinese alter consiting of incense and two madarines in Hong Kong. Indeed, we Chinese have worshipped His Noodliness since the beginning of the world.

- Pastafarian Christina

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FSM got me off work

Published March 25th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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So I was having a terrible day at work, more for personal reasons than the job itself, but I was, when the boss walks in and ask: “Would you mind finnishing early, I could do with getting off and would like to lock up”. I’m sure you’ll agree this does not even qualify as a question. Anyway, feeling alot happier I headed home and when I got back turned to open my car door and get out; when I spotted a smudge on my window that nothing could have possibly prepared me for. I believe it obvious that not only is this undeniable proof of the Flying spaghetti monsters existance, but also that he came to me this afternoon and through divine intervention, aided me in my time of need.

My apologies for the low quality of the photograph I took, however I had only a camera phone to hand, and did not believe his noodelyness would wish to linger too long as I’m sure he is a very busy deity. Anyway, It is my hope that through this sighting, at least a few more of his children who are still ignorant of his being are able to see the truth, and they themselves come to believe.

Yours in all good faith and meatballs

-Pastafarian John

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FSM on Futurama

Published March 7th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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Thanks to Pastafarian Ricardo for spotting this FSM sighting in the opening credits of the Futurama movie Beyond the Wild Green Yonder. Here’s a video:

Sorry, the video is no longer available. Fox says we infringed their copyright.

This is to notify you that we have removed or disabled access to the following material as a result of a third-party notification by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation claiming that this material is infringing: FSM sighting on Futurama: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0zNc0ufNuc

Retarded. Suck it, Fox.

Anyway…

Some of us suspected there were Pastafarians at the Futurama camp after the release of Beast with a Billion Backs. Pastafarian Piscu makes the argument better than I can:

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Warning – Spoilers:

First, consider this: the most popular character in Futurama is surely Bender. So, it is reasonable to state that, if the writers and creators of Futurama want to express some of their beliefs, they will clearly do it via the robot itself.

About Bender, we already know that he is a great beer drinker and uses to indulge himself with “hookerbots”, which are the robotic version of strippers. These are obviosly references to our Paradise, its beer volcano and strippers factory.

But in The Beast with a Billion Backs, Bender’s faith is made much more clear. In fact, near the end of the movie, we see him dressed like a pirate and leading a ship of pirate robots (screen cap attached)! This is undoubtedly the ultimate evidence of the fatc that even the Futurama people are part of our Church!

But there’s even more! The reason of Bender’s pirating is an attack to a planet-sized being from another universe, named Yivo, who has taken with him all of the people from our universe, making them fall in love with him. And the shape of Yivo is what is more surprising (screen cap attached). In fact, Yivo looks a lot like the FSM, but there are some differences: he is tentacled too, but has only ONE central meatball and ONE eye. So, he is probably a represantation of a fake god, who pretends to be His Noodleness but actually isn’t! Furthermore, when we see the “heaven” that stands on Yivo’s surface (screen cap attached), we can notice that it is very similar to the “classical” heaven, the one which people usually believe in.

So, what we are able to conclude is that Bender, who is a pirate (hence, a FSM follower) engages in a battle against a fake FSM (Yivo) to rescue humanity (he actually states, while fighting the monster, “I’m rescuing you!”) from that false paradise, and he finally succedes in his mission. This is an obvious metaphor of the struggle the FSM Church has to carry on to bring people to the true faith. Of course, we don’t intend to move war on any other religion, but the whole story is just representive of the great effort we have to put in our mission.

What do you guys think?

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